LT COL Trevor James king 

On the 1st of July 1953 Trevor was born and in the early 1970s he joined the Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF). While Trevor was in the Ulster Volunteer Force he rose through the ranks becoming a senior leader of the ( UVF ) Ulster Volunteer Force 1st Battalion. Trevor was standing on the Shankill Road with two friends and was shot when the (INLA) Irish National Liberation Army opened fire as they drove past. On the 16th June 1994 all 3 of the men died in a gun attack that took place. Trevor was placed on a life support machine but 3 weeks later it was turned off on the 9th of July 1994. This mural can be found on the Shankill Road on Disraeli Street.

Whilst on your tour with CabToursBelfast you can see this mural.


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